Have You Heard of a Rainbow Kiss?

If you take any random page of UrbanDictionary.com, you’ll probably come out of the session with bleeding eyes that you want to douse in bleach promptly before booking an emergency therapy session.

And while there are plenty of terms that make anyone wonder “is this even a real thing?” there are still plenty of useful terminology that wiggles its way through to the raunchy digital archive.

In this case, it’s the term “rainbow kiss.”

FOCUSING ON THE POINT


This particular rundown doesn’t focus on whether or not you find the act of a Rainbow Kiss appealing or not. After all, some places think having sex for pleasure is blasphemous. There was even a place in Ireland that, not so long ago, found it vile to take of even a scrap of clothing for sex.

It all comes down to perspective.

And in the case of today’s term, it comes with some pretty important health issues.

HERE WE GO


Okay, so a Rainbow Kiss starts with the 69 position.

However, for this special smooch to occur, the woman needs to be on her period. The guy and gal go down on each other until the man ejaculates. Then, they de-69 and start kissing – swapping bodily fluids.

This is not to be confused with “snowballing” – where a guy comes in a woman’s mouth and then they swap his jizz back and forth while they kiss.

The people that love this say that it’s a new or different level of intimacy.

THE PROBLEMS


Let’s start with the small problem that comes with this act.

It all boils down to knowing your partner and how fast (or slow) they take to come to peak. If they guy comes too fast, the woman will be left trying to hold all of his little swimmers in her mouth for however long it takes her to orgasm. So, timing is important.

However…

There is a bigger problem.

And it’s, you guessed it, STIs.

Unless you have been recently tested or know your partner’s health beyond a shadow of a doubt, there is the chance of contracting something nasty. This can include…

  • HIV
  • Hepatitis
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes
  • Syphilis
  • Chlamydia

Now, no one is saying “do it!” or “nooooo!”

It all boils down to if the idea of a Rainbow Kiss floats your boat (for you and your partner). But what is strongly recommended is to be safe when you take the leap.

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